Webinar: "Practice and Impacts of Chinese Emission Trading Scheme"
3 August 2016; 9am- 10am US CDT
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission is an important cause of global warming. China, the largest carbon dioxide emitter, has made up its mind to “fight a war against pollution” in recent years. It vowed to reduce its emission intensity by 60-65% between 2005 and 2030. In order to achieve this goal, China launched seven regional emissions trading scheme (ETS) pilots in 2011 and promised to start a nationwide scheme in 2017. This presentation provides an overview and analysis of Chinese emissions trading scheme by focusing on the following questions:
--What is emission trading scheme?
--How is emission trading scheme going on in China?
--What is the impact of Chinese emission trading scheme?
Dr. Dayuan Li is associate professor of management and assistant dean at Central South University’s Business School in China. He is also vice director of the Collaborative Innovation Research Center for Resource-conserving and Environment-friendly Society.
He is the author of two books, and has published around 30 refereed journal articles, including in the Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research and Management Decision. Dr. Li is the principal investigator of a National Science Foundation of China project on environmental regulation and corporate response, and leads several provincial and corporate research programs. His key research topics include carbon emissions trading scheme, environmental regulation, corporate environmental strategy and corporate social responsibility.
Read about webinar presenter, Dr. Dayuan Li here.
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